Huddersfield Town and Millwall fans jailed over brawl

Eight rival football supporters have been jailed for their part in a violent brawl which erupted before a match between Huddersfield Town and Millwall.

Bradford Crown Court heard Huddersfield supporters started the trouble last April by throwing bottles and ashtrays at mini buses carrying Millwall fans.

Six Huddersfield fans and two Millwall fans have been jailed for between 18 and nine months.

Twelve others were also given varying sentences for their part in the fight.

The trouble flared when the mini buses stopped outside the Waterloo pub on Wakefield Road, in Huddersfield, an hour before the match on 16 April.

The following Huddersfield supporters were given prison sentences after admitting violent disorder:

Leon Stephenson, 30, of Taylor Hill Road, Huddersfield, was jailed for 18 months and given a six-year football banning order.

Danny Melia, 26, of Close Lea, Brighouse, was jailed for 15 months.

Andrew Miller, 38, of Brackenhall Road, Huddersfield, was jailed for 18 months.

Three other Huddersfield fans were also jailed:

Craig Roberts, 26, of Elm Street, Huddersfield, was jailed for 18 months for violent disorder and possessing an offensive weapon.

Conrad Ayscough, 44, of Hurstwood, Huddersfield, was jailed for 15 months for violent disorder.

Jeremy McDonald, 44, of Gramfield Road, Huddersfield, was jailed for 12 months for violent disorder.

The two Millwall supporters jailed for violent disorder were:

Ojay Roynan, 31, of Granville Road, Kent, who was jailed for nine months and given a six-year football banning order.

Glen Sherman, 36, of Hawkins Way, Essex, was jailed for nine months and given a six-year football banning order.

The following people were also sentenced:

Gerard Bradshaw, 47, of Greenwood Street, Huddersfield, given a six-month suspended jail sentence for affray.

Lee Donaghue, 39, of Melrose Close, Huddersfield, given a nine-month suspended jail sentence for affray.

Nicholas Palfreeman, 42, of Edgware Road, Huddersfield, given a six-month suspended jail sentence for assisting an offender.

Jake Peel, 22, of Beaumont Street, Huddersfield, given a 12-month suspended jail sentence for affray.

Kieron Moore, 20, of Daw Royds, Huddersfield, given a nine-month suspended jail sentence for violent disorder.

Oliver Dyson, 20, of Benomley Road, Huddersfield, given a nine-month suspended jail sentence for violent disorder.

Andrew Hunt, 26, of Denholme Street, Rastrick, given a nine-month suspended jail sentence for affray.

Ryan McDougal, 32, of Marlow Gardens, London, given a nine-month suspended jail sentence and a four-year football banning order for violent disorder.

Paul Cremin, 36, of Dunblane Road, London, given a 12-month suspended jail sentence for violent disorder.

Darren Dunphy, 30, Granville Road, Kent, given a 10-month suspended jail sentence for violent disorder.

Dean Harrison, 35, of Kitto Road, London, given a 10-month suspended jail sentence for violent disorder.

BBC News

This story is from 2011 and relates to Conrad Ayscough who can also be found on this website here and here

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